Thursday Aug 30th, 2012

Unfit for the future: The urgent need for moral enhancement

For the vast majority of our 150,000 years or so on the planet, we lived in small, close-knit groups, working hard with primitive tools to scratch sufficient food and shelter from the land. Sometimes we competed with other small groups for limited resources. Thanks to evolution, we are supremely well adapted to that world, not only physically, but psychologically, socially and through our moral dispositions… read more »

Friday Mar 14th, 2014

Thinking more about our teeth

Peter S. Ungar on why human teeth are amazing
Wednesday Jan 22nd, 2014

What the ovaries of dinosaurs can tell us

Jingmai O’Connor on the ovarian follicles of Early Cretaceous birds
Tuesday Dec 3rd, 2013

A day in Eyeth

Jeannette D. Jones on music in Deaf culture
Wednesday
Jun 5th, 2013

Violence, now and then

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Friday
May 17th, 2013

The Trojan War: fact or fiction?

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Tuesday
Jan 22nd, 2013

Celebrating Piltdown

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Sunday
Nov 25th, 2012

On animals and tools

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Friday
Nov 23rd, 2012

Is spirituality a passing trend?

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Sunday
Oct 28th, 2012

When a language dies

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Wednesday
Jun 27th, 2012

AIDS and HIV in Africa

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Wednesday
Jan 25th, 2012

The hunt for the missing link

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